Dyche is delighted by Kightly’s quality

Lancashire Telegraph: Michael Kightly celebrates Michael Kightly celebrates

MANAGER Sean Dyche praised “a marvellous moment of quality”, which fired Burnley back to the top of the Championship.

Michael Kightly’s first of the season was enough to beat bottom club Barnsley and secure a first win in six league games.

The Clarets run had been called a ‘mini slump’ in some quarters, but Dyche said: “It’s an interesting one that, a ‘mini slump’ on the back of going from first to third and back to first.”

But the Burnley boss accepted his players had been made to put up strong resistance in the first half as managerless Barnsley, who had ex-Claret Micky Mellon in caretaker charge, tried to build on a first away of the season at Brighton in midweek and work their way up off the bottom of the table.

“I said to the lads afterwards the hardest fight you'll ever have is one against someone with nothing to lose,” said Dyche.

“Barnsley had nothing to lose and they played like it in the first half, they played with absolute freedom.

“That’s the toughest fight of all and I thought the lads overall did enough to win the game.

“Barnsley were the better side in the first half and kept the ball better with that freedom, but only once did we look in trouble in the half. The defensive framework was very good again to get another clean sheet.

“We gave them a little reminder at half-time of how good they can be and I was pleased with the response in the second half.

“You are always looking for that moment of quality and that was found by Michael Kightly. It was a fantastic goal, great awareness from him and a lovely finish.

“It was a marvellous moment of quality in a tough game.”

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9:07am Mon 9 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?
Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they? FakeVilla_MTCabinet

9:22am Mon 9 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?
Well this is quite a slump isn't it Mungo?

How funny it was to see the Rovers moron's getting all moist as Burnley went five league games without a win and dropped to third in the Championship, but what do you know, we're back at the top thanks to Blackburn's sterling efforts at non-football. Well done chaps, you did us proud holding our promotion rivals to a goalless draw while maintaining your own lousy position in the bottom half. You couldn't make it up!
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?[/p][/quote]Well this is quite a slump isn't it Mungo? How funny it was to see the Rovers moron's getting all moist as Burnley went five league games without a win and dropped to third in the Championship, but what do you know, we're back at the top thanks to Blackburn's sterling efforts at non-football. Well done chaps, you did us proud holding our promotion rivals to a goalless draw while maintaining your own lousy position in the bottom half. You couldn't make it up! we.love.u.venkys

10:02am Mon 9 Dec 13

no ney never says...

10500 represents 50% capacity at turf leaving 10500 empty. Could most certainly be better.
14500 represents 46% capacity at poundland leaving 16500 empty seats.
Bstds - Top of the empty seats league. Extremely embarrassing given the huge gulf in admission price.
☆VDT ☆
10500 represents 50% capacity at turf leaving 10500 empty. Could most certainly be better. 14500 represents 46% capacity at poundland leaving 16500 empty seats. Bstds - Top of the empty seats league. Extremely embarrassing given the huge gulf in admission price. ☆VDT ☆ no ney never

10:23am Mon 9 Dec 13

Scamp Kingsley says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?
Madame Predicto does it again.

Quote 'I predict a draw with barnsley based on the continuing BLIP!
Can't be anything else, I promise, guaranteed, chrystal balls blah, blah, blah'.

Whatever LOVE
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?[/p][/quote]Madame Predicto does it again. Quote 'I predict a draw with barnsley based on the continuing BLIP! Can't be anything else, I promise, guaranteed, chrystal balls blah, blah, blah'. Whatever LOVE Scamp Kingsley

11:14am Mon 9 Dec 13

McClaret says...

more like crystal meth. Fake bristols, footballs worst pundit ever. Interesting to see how the campbell thing pans out.
more like crystal meth. Fake bristols, footballs worst pundit ever. Interesting to see how the campbell thing pans out. McClaret

11:22am Mon 9 Dec 13

andy1 says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?
Does your husband know you come on here trying to chat Burnley fans up?
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?[/p][/quote]Does your husband know you come on here trying to chat Burnley fans up? andy1

11:50am Mon 9 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Just remind me fake,
how's your league form?
how many glory hunters have deserted?

With marginally higher gates, but lower income how is Wovers addressing its ridiculous debt?
What's your prediction for January market,
Will you be able to keep hold of your players?
How will you be able to strengthen for the inevitable relegation fight?

As the remnants of Jack's dream crumble, will wovers survive? And to what level?
Just remind me fake, how's your league form? how many glory hunters have deserted? With marginally higher gates, but lower income how is Wovers addressing its ridiculous debt? What's your prediction for January market, Will you be able to keep hold of your players? How will you be able to strengthen for the inevitable relegation fight? As the remnants of Jack's dream crumble, will wovers survive? And to what level? u owe u owe

11:55am Mon 9 Dec 13

Champagne plus charlie says...

Quotes being removed at a rate of knots from the Blackburn articles thanks to DJ Campbell's latest embarrassment to Rovers having been caught cheating.

Typical Blackburn cheat - just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for those no-hopers from down the M65 then this happens.

Hilarious, hope Venkys decide they have had enough negative publicity and pull their funding putting Blackburn into administration.
Quotes being removed at a rate of knots from the Blackburn articles thanks to DJ Campbell's latest embarrassment to Rovers having been caught cheating. Typical Blackburn cheat - just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for those no-hopers from down the M65 then this happens. Hilarious, hope Venkys decide they have had enough negative publicity and pull their funding putting Blackburn into administration. Champagne plus charlie

12:12pm Mon 9 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Only under investigation, let's not assume just yet, if he's charged then that's a different matter.
Only under investigation, let's not assume just yet, if he's charged then that's a different matter. u owe u owe

12:51pm Mon 9 Dec 13

We'll win the next one says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
Quotes being removed at a rate of knots from the Blackburn articles thanks to DJ Campbell's latest embarrassment to Rovers having been caught cheating. Typical Blackburn cheat - just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for those no-hopers from down the M65 then this happens. Hilarious, hope Venkys decide they have had enough negative publicity and pull their funding putting Blackburn into administration.
Do us all a favour and don't reproduce.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: Quotes being removed at a rate of knots from the Blackburn articles thanks to DJ Campbell's latest embarrassment to Rovers having been caught cheating. Typical Blackburn cheat - just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for those no-hopers from down the M65 then this happens. Hilarious, hope Venkys decide they have had enough negative publicity and pull their funding putting Blackburn into administration.[/p][/quote]Do us all a favour and don't reproduce. We'll win the next one

1:33pm Mon 9 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

As the final fragile pieces of Jack's dream crumble to dust, Blackburn Rovers plumb new depths with the arrest of DJ Campbell for match fixing. Will the shame ever end for BRFC?

I believe Blackburn Rovers should be docked points if Campbell is found guilty on the grounds of failure to control a player of low moral value. It's the clubs responsibility.
As the final fragile pieces of Jack's dream crumble to dust, Blackburn Rovers plumb new depths with the arrest of DJ Campbell for match fixing. Will the shame ever end for BRFC? I believe Blackburn Rovers should be docked points if Campbell is found guilty on the grounds of failure to control a player of low moral value. It's the clubs responsibility. we.love.u.venkys

1:53pm Mon 9 Dec 13

no ney never says...

What are the chances of a points deduction for the relevant clubs if their players are found to have cheated?
☆VDT ☆
What are the chances of a points deduction for the relevant clubs if their players are found to have cheated? ☆VDT ☆ no ney never

2:09pm Mon 9 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

Football has seen scandals like this in the past with Italian giants Juventus stripped of their title and relegated to Serie B with a 30-point deduction.

More recently (10 July 2013): Lazio, Genoa & Lecce face points deduction over match-fixing. Italian clubs Lazio, Genoa and Lecce could be deducted points for match-fixing in a scandal where players allegedly offered £500,000 in bribes.The trio of clubs and eight players, including Lazio midfielder Stefano Mauri, are accused of "sporting fraud" by the Italian football federation.
Football has seen scandals like this in the past with Italian giants Juventus stripped of their title and relegated to Serie B with a 30-point deduction. More recently (10 July 2013): Lazio, Genoa & Lecce face points deduction over match-fixing. Italian clubs Lazio, Genoa and Lecce could be deducted points for match-fixing in a scandal where players allegedly offered £500,000 in bribes.The trio of clubs and eight players, including Lazio midfielder Stefano Mauri, are accused of "sporting fraud" by the Italian football federation. we.love.u.venkys

4:19pm Mon 9 Dec 13

no ney never says...

Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.
Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season. no ney never

4:40pm Mon 9 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?
Loser
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: Wow, look at all those spectators dressed as seats again, they really like turning out in fancy dress around crimbo don't they?[/p][/quote]Loser RobH2O

4:47pm Mon 9 Dec 13

we.love.u.venkys says...

An earlier case from August 2011.....

Promoted Atalanta had six points deducted and their captain, former Italy midfielder Cristiano Doni, was suspended for three-and-a-half years on Tuesday by the Italian football federation (FIGC) over alleged match-fixing.

Retired former Lazio and Italy striker Giuseppe Signori was banned for five years from any football-related activity, the FIGC added in a statement, with the probability he will be blocked from any involvement for good.

They were among 17 individuals suspended for between one and five years and an equal number of clubs, all except Atalanta outside the top division, to have points deducted or be fined in the scandal.

The federation said Atalanta's punishment will take effect for the coming season, meaning the team will begin their first campaign back in the top flight with minus six points when Serie A kicks off at the end of this month.


Blackburn's season could well implode following this latest PR disaster, and the points deduction could possibly take effect from the beginning of their League One season in 2014. And rightly deserved it will be/

Cheats never prosper.
An earlier case from August 2011..... Promoted Atalanta had six points deducted and their captain, former Italy midfielder Cristiano Doni, was suspended for three-and-a-half years on Tuesday by the Italian football federation (FIGC) over alleged match-fixing. Retired former Lazio and Italy striker Giuseppe Signori was banned for five years from any football-related activity, the FIGC added in a statement, with the probability he will be blocked from any involvement for good. They were among 17 individuals suspended for between one and five years and an equal number of clubs, all except Atalanta outside the top division, to have points deducted or be fined in the scandal. The federation said Atalanta's punishment will take effect for the coming season, meaning the team will begin their first campaign back in the top flight with minus six points when Serie A kicks off at the end of this month. Blackburn's season could well implode following this latest PR disaster, and the points deduction could possibly take effect from the beginning of their League One season in 2014. And rightly deserved it will be/ Cheats never prosper. we.love.u.venkys

5:38pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Chris P Bacon says...

Gentlemen, some moderation please. You will be familiar with the term 'premature' so don't fall into the trap the deluded ones who find themselves on here are stuck in (and can't find their way back out again).

This case is far from over so speculation at this stage looks as foolish as the 'predictions' from those know-(f)alls who love to p1ss down our necks and tell us it's raining.

Let's wait for the conclusion, shall we?
Gentlemen, some moderation please. You will be familiar with the term 'premature' so don't fall into the trap the deluded ones who find themselves on here are stuck in (and can't find their way back out again). This case is far from over so speculation at this stage looks as foolish as the 'predictions' from those know-(f)alls who love to p1ss down our necks and tell us it's raining. Let's wait for the conclusion, shall we? Chris P Bacon

5:46pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Dingle Dangle says...

Judging from the photo I assume this match was played behind closed doors!!! Pathetic support as always. No wonder dykes panicking
Judging from the photo I assume this match was played behind closed doors!!! Pathetic support as always. No wonder dykes panicking Dingle Dangle

6:14pm Mon 9 Dec 13

shimmy says...

What is the percentage of support to population Burnley get as opposed to others in division?
What is the percentage of support to population Burnley get as opposed to others in division? shimmy

6:27pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Dingle Dangle says...

shimmy wrote:
What is the percentage of support to population Burnley get as opposed to others in division?
What difference does that make. Your ground is half empty week in week out despite their being thousands of terraced houses over populated with foaming dingles. Relying on census data is useless as most of the populace can't read. Pop pop and the town knows it!!
[quote][p][bold]shimmy[/bold] wrote: What is the percentage of support to population Burnley get as opposed to others in division?[/p][/quote]What difference does that make. Your ground is half empty week in week out despite their being thousands of terraced houses over populated with foaming dingles. Relying on census data is useless as most of the populace can't read. Pop pop and the town knows it!! Dingle Dangle

7:03pm Mon 9 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Dumber than a dingle the fatherless, back in the day their club had signs ' watch live premiership football here '
Latest figures for deadwood attendance means its less that half full.
Can not afford the players they've got, want to sign more.
At least your giving us a laugh with your words of numbness, and all the time the circus clowns run wovers into the ground.........blind
ing!
Dumber than a dingle the fatherless, back in the day their club had signs ' watch live premiership football here ' Latest figures for deadwood attendance means its less that half full. Can not afford the players they've got, want to sign more. At least your giving us a laugh with your words of numbness, and all the time the circus clowns run wovers into the ground.........blind ing! u owe u owe

7:15pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Dingle Dangle says...

u owe u owe wrote:
Dumber than a dingle the fatherless, back in the day their club had signs ' watch live premiership football here '
Latest figures for deadwood attendance means its less that half full.
Can not afford the players they've got, want to sign more.
At least your giving us a laugh with your words of numbness, and all the time the circus clowns run wovers into the ground.........blind

ing!
Atrocious syntax
[quote][p][bold]u owe u owe[/bold] wrote: Dumber than a dingle the fatherless, back in the day their club had signs ' watch live premiership football here ' Latest figures for deadwood attendance means its less that half full. Can not afford the players they've got, want to sign more. At least your giving us a laugh with your words of numbness, and all the time the circus clowns run wovers into the ground.........blind ing![/p][/quote]Atrocious syntax Dingle Dangle

8:41pm Mon 9 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Note to self lose contact with reality and turn my back on social interaction, and spend more time on computer to improve typing skills, just to satisfy some sad loner. Don't think so
Bl

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Note to self lose contact with reality and turn my back on social interaction, and spend more time on computer to improve typing skills, just to satisfy some sad loner. Don't think so Bl In di ng u owe u owe

8:56pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Dingle Dangle says...

u owe u owe wrote:
Note to self lose contact with reality and turn my back on social interaction, and spend more time on computer to improve typing skills, just to satisfy some sad loner. Don't think so
Bl

In

di

ng
You've just been owned and join mugger/crispy KFC and the rest on the list of shame. Sucker!!
[quote][p][bold]u owe u owe[/bold] wrote: Note to self lose contact with reality and turn my back on social interaction, and spend more time on computer to improve typing skills, just to satisfy some sad loner. Don't think so Bl In di ng[/p][/quote]You've just been owned and join mugger/crispy KFC and the rest on the list of shame. Sucker!! Dingle Dangle

8:59pm Mon 9 Dec 13

jim 2012 says...

we.love.u.venkys wrote:
An earlier case from August 2011.....

Promoted Atalanta had six points deducted and their captain, former Italy midfielder Cristiano Doni, was suspended for three-and-a-half years on Tuesday by the Italian football federation (FIGC) over alleged match-fixing.

Retired former Lazio and Italy striker Giuseppe Signori was banned for five years from any football-related activity, the FIGC added in a statement, with the probability he will be blocked from any involvement for good.

They were among 17 individuals suspended for between one and five years and an equal number of clubs, all except Atalanta outside the top division, to have points deducted or be fined in the scandal.

The federation said Atalanta's punishment will take effect for the coming season, meaning the team will begin their first campaign back in the top flight with minus six points when Serie A kicks off at the end of this month.


Blackburn's season could well implode following this latest PR disaster, and the points deduction could possibly take effect from the beginning of their League One season in 2014. And rightly deserved it will be/

Cheats never prosper.
the club has done nothing wrong
[quote][p][bold]we.love.u.venkys[/bold] wrote: An earlier case from August 2011..... Promoted Atalanta had six points deducted and their captain, former Italy midfielder Cristiano Doni, was suspended for three-and-a-half years on Tuesday by the Italian football federation (FIGC) over alleged match-fixing. Retired former Lazio and Italy striker Giuseppe Signori was banned for five years from any football-related activity, the FIGC added in a statement, with the probability he will be blocked from any involvement for good. They were among 17 individuals suspended for between one and five years and an equal number of clubs, all except Atalanta outside the top division, to have points deducted or be fined in the scandal. The federation said Atalanta's punishment will take effect for the coming season, meaning the team will begin their first campaign back in the top flight with minus six points when Serie A kicks off at the end of this month. Blackburn's season could well implode following this latest PR disaster, and the points deduction could possibly take effect from the beginning of their League One season in 2014. And rightly deserved it will be/ Cheats never prosper.[/p][/quote]the club has done nothing wrong jim 2012

9:30pm Mon 9 Dec 13

u owe u owe says...

Could you confirm what you mean by owned not sure what it is your implying. Is it kinship, have/hold, or claim to be true.
Could you confirm what you mean by owned not sure what it is your implying. Is it kinship, have/hold, or claim to be true. u owe u owe

9:44pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Thirtyfour Years says...

The only way is down.
That's where your going, in the league and on your sister!
The only way is down. That's where your going, in the league and on your sister! Thirtyfour Years

10:18pm Mon 9 Dec 13

BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions says...

no ney never wrote:
10500 represents 50% capacity at turf leaving 10500 empty. Could most certainly be better.
14500 represents 46% capacity at poundland leaving 16500 empty seats.
Bstds - Top of the empty seats league. Extremely embarrassing given the huge gulf in admission price.
☆VDT ☆
I see the Turd Polishers are at it again...

...ye Gods I've heard it all now! You've more empty seats than us rather than we've more fans than you. Talk about inverse logic, what a fcuking plum.

The figures speak for themselves, B*rnley have consistently been one of the worst supported clubs in Lancashire north of Manchester and Liverpool since at least the 1950's and there are only 32 years out of 124 in which B*rnley have averaged higher attendances.

Even during the 1960's, your most successful decade you barely averaged more than 20k. P!ss poor and you know it is.

Why the mental block? What is it so difficult to get that in to your skulls?

You've repeated the lie so much that the lie has become a "truth" through repetition.

Now, with the advent of the internet, you can no longer peddle the myth and no amount of trying to entangle people in a deceitful web of word play or semantic gymnastic pedantry is going to change that.

You can perform all kinds of wizardry with your peculiar logic but it does not stand up top scrutiny.

Why is Dingle intellect whilst attempting serious discourse with one of them always so extravagantly anonymous? Why are Dingles so studiously stupid?

2000's:
1)Blackburn: 24.019
2)Bolton: 23.335
3)Burnley: 14.189
4)Preston: 13.936
5)Blackpool: 6.748

1990's:
1)Blackburn: 20.337
2)Bolton: 13.752
3)Burnley: 10.553
4)Preston: 8.509
5)Blackpool: 4.940

1980's:
1)Blackburn: 9.003
2)Bolton: 6.336
3)Burnley: 5.940
4)Preston: 5.826
5)Blackpool: 4.276

1970's:
1)Bolton: 16.416
2)Burnley 14.414
3)Blackpool: 10.803
4)Preston: 10.658
5)Blackburn: 10.038

1960's:
1)Burnley: 20.206
2)Blackpool: 17.251
3)Blackburn: 15.380
4)Bolton: 14.756
5)Preston: 14.629

1950's:
1)Bolton: 29.249
2)Preston: 26.947
3)Burnley: 25.549
4)Blackburn: 25.090
5)Blackpool: 23.868

You didlo's.

http://ewoodpark.jim
do.com
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: 10500 represents 50% capacity at turf leaving 10500 empty. Could most certainly be better. 14500 represents 46% capacity at poundland leaving 16500 empty seats. Bstds - Top of the empty seats league. Extremely embarrassing given the huge gulf in admission price. ☆VDT ☆[/p][/quote]I see the Turd Polishers are at it again... ...ye Gods I've heard it all now! You've more empty seats than us rather than we've more fans than you. Talk about inverse logic, what a fcuking plum. The figures speak for themselves, B*rnley have consistently been one of the worst supported clubs in Lancashire north of Manchester and Liverpool since at least the 1950's and there are only 32 years out of 124 in which B*rnley have averaged higher attendances. Even during the 1960's, your most successful decade you barely averaged more than 20k. P!ss poor and you know it is. Why the mental block? What is it so difficult to get that in to your skulls? You've repeated the lie so much that the lie has become a "truth" through repetition. Now, with the advent of the internet, you can no longer peddle the myth and no amount of trying to entangle people in a deceitful web of word play or semantic gymnastic pedantry is going to change that. You can perform all kinds of wizardry with your peculiar logic but it does not stand up top scrutiny. Why is Dingle intellect whilst attempting serious discourse with one of them always so extravagantly anonymous? Why are Dingles so studiously stupid? 2000's: 1)Blackburn: 24.019 2)Bolton: 23.335 3)Burnley: 14.189 4)Preston: 13.936 5)Blackpool: 6.748 1990's: 1)Blackburn: 20.337 2)Bolton: 13.752 3)Burnley: 10.553 4)Preston: 8.509 5)Blackpool: 4.940 1980's: 1)Blackburn: 9.003 2)Bolton: 6.336 3)Burnley: 5.940 4)Preston: 5.826 5)Blackpool: 4.276 1970's: 1)Bolton: 16.416 2)Burnley 14.414 3)Blackpool: 10.803 4)Preston: 10.658 5)Blackburn: 10.038 1960's: 1)Burnley: 20.206 2)Blackpool: 17.251 3)Blackburn: 15.380 4)Bolton: 14.756 5)Preston: 14.629 1950's: 1)Bolton: 29.249 2)Preston: 26.947 3)Burnley: 25.549 4)Blackburn: 25.090 5)Blackpool: 23.868 You didlo's. http://ewoodpark.jim do.com BRFC:ThePeoplesChampions

11:38pm Mon 9 Dec 13

kfc yummy says...

BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp
ions
wrote:
no ney never wrote:
10500 represents 50% capacity at turf leaving 10500 empty. Could most certainly be better.
14500 represents 46% capacity at poundland leaving 16500 empty seats.
Bstds - Top of the empty seats league. Extremely embarrassing given the huge gulf in admission price.
☆VDT ☆
I see the Turd Polishers are at it again...

...ye Gods I've heard it all now! You've more empty seats than us rather than we've more fans than you. Talk about inverse logic, what a fcuking plum.

The figures speak for themselves, B*rnley have consistently been one of the worst supported clubs in Lancashire north of Manchester and Liverpool since at least the 1950's and there are only 32 years out of 124 in which B*rnley have averaged higher attendances.

Even during the 1960's, your most successful decade you barely averaged more than 20k. P!ss poor and you know it is.

Why the mental block? What is it so difficult to get that in to your skulls?

You've repeated the lie so much that the lie has become a "truth" through repetition.

Now, with the advent of the internet, you can no longer peddle the myth and no amount of trying to entangle people in a deceitful web of word play or semantic gymnastic pedantry is going to change that.

You can perform all kinds of wizardry with your peculiar logic but it does not stand up top scrutiny.

Why is Dingle intellect whilst attempting serious discourse with one of them always so extravagantly anonymous? Why are Dingles so studiously stupid?

2000's:
1)Blackburn: 24.019
2)Bolton: 23.335
3)Burnley: 14.189
4)Preston: 13.936
5)Blackpool: 6.748

1990's:
1)Blackburn: 20.337
2)Bolton: 13.752
3)Burnley: 10.553
4)Preston: 8.509
5)Blackpool: 4.940

1980's:
1)Blackburn: 9.003
2)Bolton: 6.336
3)Burnley: 5.940
4)Preston: 5.826
5)Blackpool: 4.276

1970's:
1)Bolton: 16.416
2)Burnley 14.414
3)Blackpool: 10.803
4)Preston: 10.658
5)Blackburn: 10.038

1960's:
1)Burnley: 20.206
2)Blackpool: 17.251
3)Blackburn: 15.380
4)Bolton: 14.756
5)Preston: 14.629

1950's:
1)Bolton: 29.249
2)Preston: 26.947
3)Burnley: 25.549
4)Blackburn: 25.090
5)Blackpool: 23.868

You didlo's.

http://ewoodpark.jim

do.com
Who gives a toss couldn't be arsed typing all that bilge.
[quote][p][bold]BRFC:ThePeoplesChamp ions[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: 10500 represents 50% capacity at turf leaving 10500 empty. Could most certainly be better. 14500 represents 46% capacity at poundland leaving 16500 empty seats. Bstds - Top of the empty seats league. Extremely embarrassing given the huge gulf in admission price. ☆VDT ☆[/p][/quote]I see the Turd Polishers are at it again... ...ye Gods I've heard it all now! You've more empty seats than us rather than we've more fans than you. Talk about inverse logic, what a fcuking plum. The figures speak for themselves, B*rnley have consistently been one of the worst supported clubs in Lancashire north of Manchester and Liverpool since at least the 1950's and there are only 32 years out of 124 in which B*rnley have averaged higher attendances. Even during the 1960's, your most successful decade you barely averaged more than 20k. P!ss poor and you know it is. Why the mental block? What is it so difficult to get that in to your skulls? You've repeated the lie so much that the lie has become a "truth" through repetition. Now, with the advent of the internet, you can no longer peddle the myth and no amount of trying to entangle people in a deceitful web of word play or semantic gymnastic pedantry is going to change that. You can perform all kinds of wizardry with your peculiar logic but it does not stand up top scrutiny. Why is Dingle intellect whilst attempting serious discourse with one of them always so extravagantly anonymous? Why are Dingles so studiously stupid? 2000's: 1)Blackburn: 24.019 2)Bolton: 23.335 3)Burnley: 14.189 4)Preston: 13.936 5)Blackpool: 6.748 1990's: 1)Blackburn: 20.337 2)Bolton: 13.752 3)Burnley: 10.553 4)Preston: 8.509 5)Blackpool: 4.940 1980's: 1)Blackburn: 9.003 2)Bolton: 6.336 3)Burnley: 5.940 4)Preston: 5.826 5)Blackpool: 4.276 1970's: 1)Bolton: 16.416 2)Burnley 14.414 3)Blackpool: 10.803 4)Preston: 10.658 5)Blackburn: 10.038 1960's: 1)Burnley: 20.206 2)Blackpool: 17.251 3)Blackburn: 15.380 4)Bolton: 14.756 5)Preston: 14.629 1950's: 1)Bolton: 29.249 2)Preston: 26.947 3)Burnley: 25.549 4)Blackburn: 25.090 5)Blackpool: 23.868 You didlo's. http://ewoodpark.jim do.com[/p][/quote]Who gives a toss couldn't be arsed typing all that bilge. kfc yummy

11:43pm Mon 9 Dec 13

FakeVilla_MTCabinet says...

no ney never wrote:
Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.
The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic.
[quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.[/p][/quote]The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic. FakeVilla_MTCabinet

11:59pm Mon 9 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

Dingle Dangle wrote:
u owe u owe wrote:
Note to self lose contact with reality and turn my back on social interaction, and spend more time on computer to improve typing skills, just to satisfy some sad loner. Don't think so
Bl

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You've just been owned and join mugger/crispy KFC and the rest on the list of shame. Sucker!!
Just been owned is what my 6 year old says! U bar stewards don't know anything about owning - you only need to look at the venkys. Now who has been owned?
[quote][p][bold]Dingle Dangle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]u owe u owe[/bold] wrote: Note to self lose contact with reality and turn my back on social interaction, and spend more time on computer to improve typing skills, just to satisfy some sad loner. Don't think so Bl In di ng[/p][/quote]You've just been owned and join mugger/crispy KFC and the rest on the list of shame. Sucker!![/p][/quote]Just been owned is what my 6 year old says! U bar stewards don't know anything about owning - you only need to look at the venkys. Now who has been owned? stevieclaret

12:04am Tue 10 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

Thirtyfour Years wrote:
The only way is down.
That's where your going, in the league and on your sister!
The only way is down because we are top of the league. You keep languishing 15 points plus VAT behind us. The gap is nearly as big as the chasm between your ears!!
[quote][p][bold]Thirtyfour Years[/bold] wrote: The only way is down. That's where your going, in the league and on your sister![/p][/quote]The only way is down because we are top of the league. You keep languishing 15 points plus VAT behind us. The gap is nearly as big as the chasm between your ears!! stevieclaret

12:07am Tue 10 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.
The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic.
And your sheer desperation on our boards is beyond pathetic!!
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.[/p][/quote]The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic.[/p][/quote]And your sheer desperation on our boards is beyond pathetic!! stevieclaret

12:08am Tue 10 Dec 13

stevieclaret says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.
The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic.
And your sheer desperation on our boards is beyond pathetic!!
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.[/p][/quote]The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic.[/p][/quote]And your sheer desperation on our boards is beyond pathetic!! stevieclaret

8:17pm Wed 11 Dec 13

RobH2O says...

FakeVilla_MTCabinet wrote:
no ney never wrote:
Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.
The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic.
Loser
[quote][p][bold]FakeVilla_MTCabinet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]no ney never[/bold] wrote: Then we must hope that the fa act quickly and look to conclude the case as soon as possible. No doubt they will look at the Italian cases when considering any punishment that may be metered out. The main thing is for any points deduction that could potentially be applied is done within this season.[/p][/quote]The sheer desperationin your post is pathetic.[/p][/quote]Loser RobH2O

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